A company’s success depends on employee productivity, which, by the way, isn’t necessarily about working their fingers to the bone. Workplace productivity is simply the measure of time or effort that’s spent to get things done.
When employees have high productivity, operations become more efficient, sales targets become more achievable, and the business becomes more profitable as a result. Statistics attribute about 2.3% more revenue for a three-year period for companies with employees who are highly engaged and productive.
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